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April 23, 1982 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-23

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62 Friday, April 23, 1982

40—BUSINESS CARDS

MR. FIX-IT ALL
Complete home repair.
Electric.
Plumbing & Locks.
Auto sprinklers, alarms.
PAINTING SPECIAL
Spring Low Prices
ARON
US 1.8575

BILL PASCHAL
PAINTING SERVICES

Carpet Cleaning - Plastering
Wallpapering & Removal
Free Estimates - References

Work Guaranteed
Call anytime
534-5580
MIKE'S PAINTING
Interior & Exterior.

Wallpapering - Window Puttying
- Caulking. Specializing in re-
pairs, peeling paint, cracks and
damaged plaster.

References.

Call anytime
777-8081

• HONEST ABE

CUSTOM PAINTING SINCE 1951
Exterior - Interior and
Stained Wood Refinishing

Licensed and Insured
Free Estimates

552-9659

ALPINE TREE SERVICE
Removals & Trimming
Free Estimates & Insured

398-5433 or 541-3680

RELIABLE ROOFING
Quality residential roofing
at affordable prices.
New roofs and leaks and
repairs.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai Brith Activities

40—BUSINESS CARDS

ALEX STRIM

Painting & Decorating
Reasonable Price.
Free Estimate. References.

Call anytime
968-5354

HANDY-MAN ,DOE

For almost all of yoru
pair needs including heat-
ing, plumbing, electric,
carpentry, etc.
Insured
Call Mon.-Fri. 8-8
355-5168

GM APPLIANCE SERVICE
Washers, dryers, ranges,
hot water heaters . . . etc.
Plumbing and electrical
work.

10% off to senior citizens.

855-6825

APPLE

PAINTING di DECORATING

Interior and Exterior Painting -
Wallpapering. Free Estimates.
References.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will have its
annual installation noon
Wednesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Installing officer will be
Irene Rodman, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council.
Officers to be installed
are: Frieda Massover,
president for a second term;
and Gerry Feldman, Ruth
Fisher, Ida Lewis, Nita
Lichtenstein, Esther Sherr,
Faye Schwartz, Ella
Balamut, Ethel Klavons,
Jean Katz and Esther
Weinstein, executive offi-
cers.
Board - members are:
Renee Bennett, Evelyn Be-

Dr. Tsvi Nussbaum, re-
cently discovered to be the
frightened small boy in a
famous World War II photo
taken outside the Warsaw
Ghetto, will be guest
speaker at the annual Eins-

547-4564 or
544-4315 after 6
MODERNIZATION
Additions. New Windows.
Doors. Outdoor Decks.
Aluminum Trim, Gutters.
Don Ciganek
939-3999

Truck & 3 Men
$52.50 per hour

SIGMUNT RUBIN

MISCELLANEOUS

Have a proper self-respect
and think less of what
others may think of you,
and it will aid you to over-
come diffidence, and help
you to self-possession and
self-reliance.

398-5433 or 541-3680

Will make narrow lapels
from wide lapels. Altera-
tions of all kinds.

Experienced landscaper,
gardener, horticulturist.

Non-profit Jewish Camp needs
donation of musical instruments,
such as piano, guitar, etc., also
games. Tax deductible.

DIAGNOSTIC CONSULTANT

545-0966

896-9754

LAWN MOWING

Trimming, edging.

Neat Work.

546-0444
546-0334
High Quality. Reasonable
Priced. Painting, scraping,
wallpapering, brick and
drywall repair, etc.
Free Estimates

Call CRAIG
547-4337
Eves.

534-9660

WEDDINGS

BAR-MITZVAHS

Richard Hamiel
BARTENDER
Formerly Employed by
Raleigh House 1967-1979

Call After 3:30 P.M.

589-2817

EXTERIOR PAINTING
Quality Work

Call for Free Estimates
Ask for Craig

559-4668
ATTENTION:

We clean commercial and resi-
dential windows, aluminum sid-
ing, walls, floors, etc.

272-9087

Free Estimate. Fast Service.

ARTISTIC PAINTING

Reliable, Quality Painting.
Textured ceilings, stain-
ing. Interior and Exterior.

Free Estimates
Mike
772-1986

tein Lodge and Chapter's Is- in Rockland County, N.Y.,
rael Bond dinner dance, 6 was made by two surviving
p.m. May 2 at Adat Shalom family members and con-
Synagogue. firmed by experts at the
Identification of the, child YIVO Institute and Ernest
in the photo as Dr. Honig, founder of the
Nussbaum, a surgeon living Holocaust Survivors of Au-
schwitz organization.
e
Dr. Nussbaum also re-
calls the moment when he
stood with hands held high
as Nazi storm troopers
forced him into a truck
headed for Bergen-Belsen
Concentration Camp.
Dr.
Welcoming
Nussbaum and joining

THELMA ISAACS

Call 778-6972

B & W LANDSCAPING
Lawn Maintenance
Clean Up
Bondable

* * *

REAL ESTATE AND
CONSTRUCTION
LODGE will have a pro-
gram 8 p.m. Thursday in the
Summit Apts. club house.
Topic for the evening will be
"Construction Management
Reduces Construction Cost
— A Method of Construc-
tion Efficiency." Rolland M.
Wilkening, president of the
Barton-Malow Co., will
honored. Refreshments IA.
be served. For reservations,
call Earl Sherman, 642-
9406.
Admission is free.

him on the Einstein
dinner dais will be hon-
orees Thelma Isaacs, re-
cipient of Israel's _Lion of
Judah Award, and Sig-
munt Rubin, recipient of
Israel's New Life Award.
Einstein Israel Bond
chairman is Henry
Dorfman; co-chairmen are
Mania Lesh and Sam
Freedman. Lodge president
is Charles Growe; chapter
president is Faye
Adelsberg.
For dinner reservations,
call Israel Bonds, 557-2900.

LOCAL MOVING
HOUSEHOLD and
OFFICE FURNITURE

We are Bonded

547-6769

will be served. For reserva-
tions, call Ralph Miller,
559-3200. There is a charge.

Child in Holocaust Photo Will Be Einstein Speaker

Free Estimates

ALEX CUSTOM TAILOR

rger, Florence Charlip, will have a paid-up mern-
Betty Endelman, Sylvia bership meeting noon Tues-
Gottlieb, Ann Kopnick, day in the Sutton Place
Isabelle Levitt, Pearl Mil- Apts. club house. There will
ler, Rose Pogats, Pearl be a guest speaker and
Smaller, Henny Salomon, members are requested to
Betty Stewart, Dorothy Sil- bring a "white elephant"
verman and Sophia Wine- item for the forthcoming
man. sale. Reservations are still
Luncheon will be served being taken for the 35th an-
at a charge. A musical pro- nual installation luncheon
gram will be presented by to be held May 4 at Kingsley
Evelyn Berger, violinist; Inn. For reservations, call
Louise Lazarus, soloist; and chairman Nettie Weinberg,
Celia Keil, accompanist. 967-1286.
* * *
Guests are welcome. For re-
SPORTS LODGE will
quired reservations, call
Ms. Lewis, 968-6799; Ms. hear former Detroit Tiger
Stewart, 557-3117; or Ms. pitcher Mickey Lolich at its
Pogats, 967-4068. next meeting 7:30 p.m.
* * *
Monday at Buddy's Pizza,
TIKVAH CHAPTER Farmington Hills. Dinner
* *

• 45 — LOST & FOUND

REWARD

For return of Beagle dog missing
from 20601 Stratford. No ques-
tions asked. Children's pet.

345-3364

51



53—ENTERTAINMENT

VERSATILE sophisticated party

music. 272-7586.

FOR YOUR PARTY OR
SPECIAL OCCASION
Clowns, juggling, puppets,
magic, music, dance, bal-
loon sculpture.
273-6716

LARRICK PRODUCTIONS
Presents the finest bands
at reasonable rates.

For audition schedules call

772-2982

55—ART FOR SALE

WATCH FOR

TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD'S

ARTS WORKS '82

MAY 2, 3 & 4

Watch for our ad
in April 30th paper.

DR. TSVI NUSSBAUM

MEMORIAL ASSEMBLY

for the renowned and beloved

RABBI JOSHUA SPERKA "ZT1.

will take place on
Thurs., April 29, 1982 at
Young Israel of Greenfield
15140 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park

co-sponsored by

Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater
Detroit

Young Israel
of
Greenfield

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